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WINNSBORO, 1. C.
BATUR Ar, V8,n M 8s.
I. RANS DA Iq, EMnroR.
8O. . RIYOLD8. Ass)CIAw IiITqn.
Tai Notri H Is bon visite.1 with a
fearful snowatorm, the exteut of
which may be judged by the an
nouacem3at that a train between Buf
falo and New Y,>rk got lost for a day
and nobody knew where it was.
L.sT WaEC I shington, a Lieu
tenan.t Whitten was tried for fraudu
lently obtaining pay to the amount of
one hundred and twomty-cight dollars
and thirty-three and a quarter cents.
His counsel claimed that the indict
ment contained a fatal flaw in not
mentioning the quarter of a cent. The
court dustained the point and quashed
the indictment. This Is ciphering
BLAtNn's INvIiTIOATION IIs proved
a perfect boomerang. The Democrats
all favored investigation, and put their
best men on the committee, while the
Radicals higgled for closed doora, and
the Senators of that party refused to
serve. Blaine himself, as the
National Republican bitterly re
marks, instead of taking the lead is
skulking ini the rear with the baggage
trains, while the Republicans had to
draft members of their party to serve.
The Republican begins to fear that
there are no Southern outrages after
all; and It is trying to make Blaine a
scape-goat for the lies it told. To
oomplete the farce, the comptroller of
tho treasury announces that he has no
funds to give tha committee. We shall
hardly hear much more of the matter.
fampton's Farewell Address.
The following parting words from
Governor Hampton were read to the
General Assembly, just before its ad
GkNTLEMEN:-I had hoped to be
Able to se and thank each of my
friends of the General. Assembly in
person for the many acts of personal
and-official kindness of which 1 fiave
been the constant recipient at theirl
hands. Providence, while' denying
me this gr.cat pleasure, has vouch
safed to ine. the reasonable hope
that f may in, the future have the
opportunity a6'todo. But- on -this the.
eve-of your adjouriunent,. wvhich. NN ill
be -the-heverEince of imy inti lilate oflicial'
connection with you,- I -feel impelled
to address to vou d word of fa'rcwell.
Your flatterig selection, of me as
Senator in the Congress of the United
States is4nly one more mark of. that
confidence and esteem which I have so
constantly experienced at your hands,
and wlilch has been a never: ceasing
tomfort and supybrt to me in everN
hour of success or of trouble. Tha'it
I may be able In the future to merit
it as fully as I have inm the past receiv
ed it, is my highest hope. As kinmg
that God In his mercv mar bestow his
choicest blessingfs on' eachi and everv
one of you, Ianm, sinmcerelv anil
affectionately, your friend and f'ello w-I
citizen, WADS HlAMPTON.
Home for Christmas,
According to priomnise, the Legisla
ture adijourned #ine die the day before
Christmnas. Thiis was a most pleasing
circumstance, as showing that the
government of the State is tending to
return somewhat to the good 01ld
ways. The present session is a pre
cedent, and hereafter no Legislature
will be disposed to linger over into
a now year. Short sessions may no w
be expected. Another pleasing cir'
eumstanoe is the umanner -in which
the work was performed. Desirable
measures were passed, while no
wldcat schemes were suffered to
squeeze through. The legislative ex
penses were grea4ly reduced, and this
lightens taxes by r t least half a mill.
On the whole, the present Legislature
is an Improvement upon the old
"Wallace House." A good many
members of the former body were
political accidents. Still, a number
of good men were left out who should
have been sent back.
Contrary to the general rule, the
House seems to be a better body thanm
the Senate. It has abler and more
conservative members. Most of' the
buncombe issued from the upper
house.' It has become the fashion for
newspapers to abuse legislators, anmd
looking over the reportw from these
bodies generally, we do not see how
the papers could well do otheorwise.
But it gives us pleasure to say that
our General Assembly Is a great im
provement on that of other States, and
that it will receIve approbation in
stead of Incurring crIticIsm. If the
next session be marked with equal
wisdom as the present, the Demo
cratic party wIll go into the canvass
of 1880 stronger than ever.
It is rather amusing to read the an
announoement-that "JohniM Wioting,
' late gr ~k Demnocratic candidate
for a~r of- Congress from the
4went .*~ districto Ne w Yor..
hra, noi tied Inik II isre:k. the PC
p)lI iva mber 1et, tihat ie .oIld
con)iltes ih I: e i'Io un these
ground -itt ia In, and tIll-v:tts ot,
di kwisl I'r-wm vimphllment oC elvetor-.
in h ti kIrt uu an I Im )aagueta
cotlat Iies; bri bery in the 1 1 1 r 11 n na f t.y,
esp.-Cially, inl the roulh1 wvant of, the
oity ot'-yr%*I*:(-lI;; thle tullawkl t n a .t
itg 0f baliot, and th- fiilure to voint
haL:Isy r' inq);ctors, especiilly
in the city of Syracusc; the permitting
of convicts to vote; the unrlawful inl
terference of United narshals, in pre
venting the free exercise ofthe ballot."
This fits in with the D.venlportL inVe8
tiation in N;3w York. And now the
5orl desc:ribe R a lepublicani ticket
prepared by tHIl chli trm ill Of thee om-.
inI tt1e anid voted at the receit election
inl MA ssachuset which pIts (is-u bal
lots to the bluilh. Tle ticket was oil
thick paper, nearly as large as a pa.Ve
of foolscap, and printed in rour diftler
ent colori in th0 Ihrigest style of art.
When foIdOd it was as large as a letter.
Republican employers distributed
these to employce. and stood by tihe
polls to see them vote. It was impossi
b1l to caounterfeit thoml on short notice,
and the employers were thus enabled to
drive their im. 'n like sh1ep to the polls.
General BIuJer' had good cause for
caliig ia iidLi ) of his [>llowOrs.
Last, bUt n- .1t.u, it hts been dis
covered that th, iiu:n:,,ulate Ma,,kev
himselfl ha: ton th->utanid tissue ballots
prin)ted ti' U-3 il ChWIarleston. The
troublo ik, it did not got a chance to
use th r'n. All thmse lrca:n i*v.;wes
l:y al in a e "r thl". r Rulical4 to
(r'op th Bl'tinu c >m.ni -et like a h>:
Tboh Ohritman Ifoliday--13alne'a com
unittoo --Dorih of Two Congreosmen
Anerican Ship j3ulidin', &c.
iOPMXAPONOrNCE 07 TH': NSW3 AND Cr.ALn)
Wxs[N; rox, D). 5>, 1373.--m
gross has taken its usual holida recess
and many of the nemburs are already
at home with their frnillies--r in the
short scssions that expire by limitation
oil the 4th of March, the averago
Congressman leaves his framily at
lime. The gay seayon here is on,oried
by tire Wh1ite foause lovee on Now
Year's Day, which is followed by re
ceptionls at the Ioues of the Cabinet
ministers, Supreme Court. judges,
heads of Bureauw and other officials, as
well as private families, and dances
and wine suppers anre indulged in until
the coming of Ash Wedacsday cl.scs
- If the Hlxu?e of'R1epre;entatives does
as wOll tfterl the reces s aV b2forC there
will be no n for the har le;
icoii-m that ha. unllfor"nnl-te.' v b !nl
so common of late years during the
closing hours of the se:sicon. Ina the
Senrate they have finarlly corraled
members enrough to serve on Blatine's
select invigaiiting~ commruittee with
Senator Teller, of Col.nrado, at its
head, whromr the Newv Yor-k Tr'ibuner
calls an '"unexpected chaiirrman."
Th'ey arc going to workc imnuedjiatelv
to ferret out the intJmuidations in Souti
Carolina, but have decided to wait,
until after tIhe holidays before doing
auy thinrg hei e. .Sonriohow the stal
warts b>at all interest after Mr. Blaine
liad madec his mruch talked of .speechr
-perharps realhizingir that it wouldn't
pay to investigate too closely as th
largedi to iclude Northrernu as well as
SonrI thfrnt bulldozinug. Spenukinug of
intimniidat ion remi 15ins me' ofan inetidenrt
that oLeenrred1 lefore one of theo com-.
un tees sent down to inuvestigate South
Cairolinra: Johnu and Samibo were
rival blacksmiths at one of tire votiung
preeciunet s-say i n Sumn ter corunty
Sambti:2 was thre better workmanr aidc
had drawn away rmanyv of' Joh n's curs
torniers. So Johnr sworec before the
committee that lie had been initimnidat
ed -very rmch intinmidrated. lie was
the dosirnxl witnress. Balu~t hen close
ly cr'oss-quecst ionedi by tire Demuocrautie
muemiber, it was founrd that Ihis fear
was that Samrbo would secure all Iris
customrers arid u tter'ly dlestr'oy his
Two Congressmen died hrere last
week--lion. A. 8. Williams, of Michi
gant, a gallant soldier of' thre Mexican
arid civ"il ware, and IHon. Beverly B.
D)ouglass. of Vir'ginsia. Neither of
them~ was selected to the fty'-sixth
Congress. though both sought the
honor. Genreral Williams was long
charlrmani of thre D)istrict of' Columbblia
Comminit tee. and1( in that position mrade
many r'iendcs hree. ~Mri. )onglass
was also ver,'v popular, personmally,
both lhere and mi in- o .vrn district.
Ini connection wir our incr-eased
arnd increaising foreignr tr-ado are marry
facts dilsagreeable to hear anid hard to
unaderstanrd. One of' them is that
most of that trade is carried ont ini
for'eignr ships. Anr:ther is that while
we have but. a slight direct t radle with
South .Amiera counitr'ies, Jar-ge
quantities of our goods flid threir way
it-rc mi English v'esscls, flu-st going
to England in English shtips atnd then
to their final destination ini- other
English shilps. TJheyv thus pay at treble
pro'fit to for-eIgnrs', air th us, of,
cour-se, reduce the l egitim-ato profits
of tIhe Amnericani manuflacturer, reduce
thre wages of our mechranics or factor-y
employees. This is wrong and un-'
necessary. Congress Qughit to remedy
it. TIhere Ie no0 lack ofenrrc'y, 'eniter~
priso or capital. here. As Tngle linre
of Amercan sh,atmers is run to at
Brazlltryrt,i ded by nmoney - paiId
by the' i ilIan Govemrment BiflIit
cannot ' ompe with the heavilf'
susidBized British linles, at, leaRt not
llitil.a Irtide is fully-- established aid
e VOisutlers.8 arie 1'n:.de to iindori4sanld
(hat t hey cani 1pocure Iie articles tpy
lesive Us chivaply* ini that way as --tnv
olher. If I his weet i Mew coItest , 11
( 11.11 br te, etween ou producrs,
i-trers Uaid siippers, and lie .like
cl:tws in Illgai otr elselier". 'Ve
11441 have nto lI'ari as 0 to t Ihe resul t.
But it is not. *It is a new and s> tar
ulaidel attemipt to colipete with
estAblished aid -u-ib-id'-z(d In.;de. As
siid above, it is ',or Congiesz to 'I.>
tomle"hinge, if' it properl- vanl, to g.ivo
the Aniericaui 1mu1fituror, trader'
aud vessel owner a chatice for this
NE1W GARLIDEN tnd Fl.R4 PUMP.
Thisn anol ex
tru i l tkre m11,chinto
. .i lo 'V b a a '
f bi- ' ' ,It :t-ur amtf
i. F :--(.,'.i: n
0 4'' ii t141 ' - t l. O i. 0 r ' t
o e; I : that -iv i s w I *r - -
t :Ow a s tdy stiia , . -V r. Jill
r.r m of n in y feit. P.to.it I1 Jaiiiry 4
ai-1 5 180?, March I1, 1 i73. S.n I for
PRICE. $6 AND $8
.N h.'eont't w -n' 1.
THEl 0\N A li-, O
6i89.Bro !-v Nu
Offici of Dast i.kff)r P r
Fattiilv Knittinll. A. tiil o.
I -i w? h m oipItAo its
Con-isting of Coifltionerios, Nals, Firo
Wors, Canntl Fruits, and
That, old folks and young folks desire at
ti-.io% ful season. Let everybo ly come
o . I .tipply themsehos at, astonishingly
low prices. ..deo23
1 r -11ntions to 110
a c aet-ho 1 r in - io,msbarooo
.e r.,t Monday iInl January iwxt,
wi hi I tio Ieaal tanrr of i. e?, to t'Ie
;ghost I.idder, Fol. ctsn. the following
de criba.1 property, to wit:
Lot of'seeil cotton a.l c.tton seed, the
proierly of Aqilla Harrkon, at the suit
of W. It. Kennedy.
Seven bales of cotton, as tho proper y
of Arthur Clark. Ltichard' Brown aud
others, at the suit of G. H. MoMaster, as
'. It:!:, . t ) pe0 .)-it~ :) T' .Oni An lorson,
k! 1.3 L 1ru ytv o Tf -oni - Au .iroi
Trw' flh usani1 p.o :ndsl of is'terl cotton
oni thi i non iiqs of fotd-r. twnty
bus":ls o ea rnl, , I 'a re or less. th'e
p opjerty of Franiok 34 N;lson, at the suit.
Four bales of c)tt-in, the property of
*Jamies P. McFie, at the suit of Kinard &
Forty bushrle of coi-n, 81x hun1irod
froun-ts of hay, one t-iousan.l ponn,is
seted cotton, eighty- ban iets of COtton
seed., all mnore os.less; the prop)orty of
C. B. Yoge a' the suit of R. Bi. C'raw
- .. ALso,
Trhreo hnn lee-i Jan 1 fifty busheils of
corun, In->rJ or 1 sm. . i I oe am rty .if R K.
Pickeutt, at tiaiisit of D. HI. Rtuff..
One gin. thrasher an.t fan, thme prop
.-rty oIf aVill on C. Ha,rrison, at tiue suit of
John WV. Lyles, as riuardian.
8. W. li LFF,
SheritT's Offcio, 8. F. C.
Winnsbhoro. S. -.,
.D.'oembler 20,. 1878:
lee 24-x -Ix .
P 'Y'vir""'of"an **"c'''". t& - di
.) reted, I will oiler saule, .before t'ie
cour't-honso~ door in Winnsbos'o, en thme
first Monday in Janiuary next, .within
th legal ntours of sale, to the, hi-4heuat bi'
-oer, for oAhiu, ths1 following describted
property, to w.t.
All that tract of lan I in Fairflr'ld coun
tv', cont aining -rwo IIu.4nsD AND NINSIrY
'rnRBEt AoRMt~, mono or leasi, and b)ounded
by lands of George W. ' rawflord, John
Fonly anrd others, levied on as the prop
ernty of J. W Coleman, at the suit of
Mantone & Co., -ant,others,
8. W. RUFF,
Hheriffs Offco, 8. F., C.
D)oetember 11, 178,
d'a't''2' '' "'' 1'
.Coa) 1. 1 will .ohrso far iae beufore the
coulrt-honso door in 'Tiaunsoro, on the
first Monay in Jimnuary next, withini
the legal fioura of- salo, to the 'highest
bid dem', ran casu,gtho following described
poropety, to) a I :
Alt that tract of land in Fuairfield coun
ty, containing -rUNzi nef'DRED AND EIW'rT
ACRES, more or l6s9, and bondeid by
lands, of W. N. Mason, F H. DnolIoe and
others, levied on as the proper.ty of kilIen
R., and John T. OpricIk
FOR~ SALE OR RENT.
A IA$NO, in good condition, . Terms
'abe'&bdaLiCa g, .4plj at thIy
00100 - 0024.tf
. Y virto of .in (xo tution' to io di
V.-vt.vd. I will otly'r tor sal bve the
011art-ho010, i n11, W! t V ibIMl)1)ro, on thi
rat Momlav in Jiitary ne:xt. witlhin
thl Ia*n, of so, th. highest bid
dier. for c i, the following desoribot
pe'olvt.y, to wit:
- A 1I ihe i h t. Ut'lo aidI nterest of E J.
Moore, in t.ait lot or p t - fi f land, in
01,b to . n of % innsbo-1'4.) o. t. ining oN
wA(M,. WOrW .1r i-., :In I f.-o,tn"n onl yttk.
-- t.. C-i i b.i n1 -1. kby lot
. of U. X. Barbe,r
btiIaa,~L)8. F. v.
D,-eiuhor 14, 1878.
dou 14-t I x2
SALE BY JUDGE OF PROBATE.
STATE OF SOUT11 CAROLLNA,
COUNTY oF FAIRFIELD.
Henry Ii. Ellott, as A I ninktritor of
t:i - F-stitv f Jameis It. Aikon, Dooas
edl. (A/ thnd T toial 0. P-> , )a ;. a- L'r1q
towc pt* t he Psata of Leverich & Co. in
JIankrutl iy, 0. chil's, Wiihiai D
Aik!-n ivi4 (Wtor-.
I N pII 41TI(e of ni or.lor marto in tho
- .bovye-siat 3-1 caev, I will ofl'er for salo
it pubho a'ietimt. b ir o o ourt huse
door -tt Winilibo:, . - t irt Mon-lay
in ..tiuar, not wit!iin the lo;gal honr
of salo, tho following. loscribed property,
A traot, of land, containing oE. UN,
DRKD AND SIXTISHN ACF.(E, more or lesq,
urt.i in the (Ioutty an-1 Stato aforo
sai .n ir ho tovo of Winnsboro, ail
,i t-tg but mi of kv. It [Il,or-son, Wil
liktn I). At, IL L 4siiott .and U. .\
A tract of lan I. ocintainintg FouR IIUN.
DRXT) \N13 Ftirry AOEs. more or loss, miti
ato i1i the toint v an I it-%to a'orosaid,
n t wn % Lto Vim. I'. T-iurn lanid, ar.
I ; : bi lt I ; -i tiI ,l-. T T!iorn, Dr.
o i . ,n, 1)hn Brit it. E. P. Mobley
and < l0'erv.
A tract of I id, sitiato in the County
anl -tito aforosi . containing FoUR
HUI)LD AND TiIRTY-FIVE AcREa, more or
loss. known as tlie land lately belonging
to Dr. Win. Thorn, adjoining lands
above doscribod of Dr. Wmn. Thorn,
James Jones, Tilman Gladdon and others.
A tract of land containing ixv UN
DTnED ACRES, more or ]es, lying and
situat" in the. County and Stato aforesaid,
on wa,t)rs of WUterteo Crook, near Wateret
River, and adjoining fan is of Eet. Lewis,
Mrs. Dillose, and lands latoly the prop.
orty of John Iuarrison.
TFRMS OF SALE;
Oni-haf of the purchase-money to be
paid in C11eah, an , tho balance on a oredit
of twolve months, with intereoit from the
day of stile, to be mectired by the bond ot
the purchaser anid a mortgage of the
projmives--tlhe purchaser to pay for all
0. R. THOMPSON,
Office of Judge of Probata, J. P. F. 0.
Winnsboro, -. 0,
Decembor 13. 1878.
BY virtue of foreclosure clause in a
. mortgnge executed to J. W. Gray by
.ur . L L. Van: e. bearing dato M1aroh It
877, I will soll beforo the court-house
door at Winnsboro, S. C., on salesday in
Janl lutry, 1679, withim tile legal hours of
All that pieeo, pabrel -nd tract of land,
situlate, lying and beinag on waters of
Little River in thie county of Fatirfield,
sta.te of Souith 4 arolina, bouinded by
len.is of Armstrong, McMeekin, O'Nealo,
Bua.hy andi others-bmng al part ot tihe
lands of t,he estato of Dr. 'Thomats Fur
DREDit AND FIFTY AoitE), n- ore or less, and
known as the "'Kinecaid Place."
Torms-CASH. Puarhelu.r to pay for
dec 14 -inaw3w Assignee.
FOR SALE !
One light Two%Horse Wagon.
One heayy Two-Horsec Wogon.
One One-Hlorse Wagon.
One Top Buggy.
o Open Bnggy, second hand.
es of all wvork reduced.
-vDESPORTrES & MONTS
TIE J ubsoriber has still a large stock
.1 of good a on hand, consisting of
ml evicrythiing that mua'os uip a comtpleto
clock of goods, all 'of which' we will sell t
m4 .below cost for cash until the 25th
,ft'tm amonth, Alter that time the entire
stock will be closed out at auet,ion,
deo I12 8. . WOLFE.
\ ALl p perisons'indob ted to 0. DUIt
6 11A M F"ORD, deceased, are hereby
requested to make payment to the un
dersigned; and thlose holding elaims
against thle estate of said deceased are
hereby notified to present themn, duly
attestod, without delay to
JAMES HI, RION,
Sdeo 11-3 Executer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PnoB:.TE JIDoE's CFFIoE,
WINNsDORO, 8. (1,, November 18, 1878.
LL pesonshaving olaims against the
A esaeo Bae . Alkeon, deceased, are
hereby notiftod.that they IMust establish
the same before the Judge of Probate of
uFaifleald county, at his oftloe,on or before
the lst day of January 1879, or bo do.
barred fr9m-pJay,uat of thk nasr,
tlov'21-xf lawilw ' an ?d
This important organ weighs but about threo
pounds, and all the blood in a living person (about
thrue g-ulons) passes through it at least once every
half hour, to have the bi[e and other impurities
strained or filtered from it. bile is the natural
purgative of the bowels, and if the Liver becomes
torpid it is not separated from the blood, but car
tied throltgh the veins to all parts of the system#
and in trynag to escap khrough the pores of the
.skin, causes it to turn ycllow or a dirty bro%a
color. The stomach becomes diseased. and Drs.
pepsIndigestioi, Constipation,lfcad'ache D311.
ousness, Jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers, Iles,
Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
low. buICULL's HIPATINH, the great vegetable
P4 discovery for torpidity, causes the I,iver to throw
off from one to two ounces of Wil6 each time the
blood passes through it, as long "i thcre is an ex.
cess of bile; and the effect of even a few doses
u n yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
s -in, will astonish all who try it-they being the
i t sfirstiuptomns to disappear. Fhe curq'I all-bill.
out diseases and Liver complaint is ms e certala
by taking HsPATINR In accordance with diretloanis.
lleadache is generally cured in twenty minutes,
and n1o diseRise that arises from the Liver can eX*
if a fair trial is pivn.
SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLI
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases which sweep to the grave at least
one-third of all death's victims, arises from the
Opium or Morphine treatment, which simply sti.
pefes as the work of death goes on. $So,ooo will
be paid if Opium or Morphine, or any preparatloi
of Opium, Morphine or Prussic Acid, can be found
in the GLOBS FLOWUR CoIst Svtaur, which has
' cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaining lung. No greater wrong can be doqq
than to say that Consumptlon is incurable. The
GLoBS FLowna Couca Svau'r will'eure it when
Sall oth-r means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthina, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the se,stimoulais pf the io9n.
Alexander Ht. Stephens Gov. Smith and Ex-Gov.
Brown of Ga., Hon. ?eo. Peabody, as well as
those of.other temarkabl cures in our book-free
to allat the drug stores-and be convinced that it
you wish to be cured you can be by takiag the
0 GLons FLOWER CoUGH SYRu'.
Take no Troches or lozenges for Sore Throat,
when yoL cak get 0 LOS FLOWR SvaRU at sa"
ps ica. For sae by aU Draggists
Sice25Cents and $1.00
Grave mistakes are made i the treatment of all
diseases th..t arise from >oison in the blcd. Not
one case of Scrofula Syphilis', White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores and .in Disease, In a thousand,
is treated without the use of Mercury In some form.
Mercury rots the bones, aid the diseascA it pro.
duces are worse than any other kind of blood or
skin disease can b..O Dx. 'FMltnRToN' STILLX
naA or Q-tumtN's i:m.mGir is the only medicin
upon whish a hope of recovcry from Scrofula, Sy
phalia andt Mercurial discases it all stages, can be
S r byfounded and th-.t will cure Cancer.
au.nt;ali be paid Ey thse proprietors if Mercury,
or .;tiy inredicnt ort .t:r<ly vtgetable and hart
vi!cs: va.i 1 found i it:
P0 1'rico: by all Dagvists r.oo.
Gj.our. i''.owrit touGH Svur and M aLa.'
lWtrA-iu rox -rin a LvnR for sale by all Lrug.
y'sts in -a -rent anto $i.oo bott!cs.
A. 1MERRELL A CO., Proprietors,
I PT-IILADELPHTA. PA.
OUR HOUSE !
111HTA summer having come and gone,
.I am now prepared to furnish in the
place of cooling beverags, all kinds of
winter drinks, such as Tom and Jerrys
Hot Scotch, Egg F)ip, &c.
Wines, Liquora, Lager Beer, Swee4
Cidt an: d Cigara. The best in town.
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! EGGS!
Dozen Eggs junt,s received for the Christ,
naass Holidays. Ctil and( 30ou can got all
the Eggs yout want.
Meals can be had all hours at my roa..
taturant. Fresh Oystera, ish and Sau..
saugo always on hand.
--GIVE ME A CALL.-.
dec 19 JNO. D. McCARLEY.
COME EVERY DAY,
And Exoh rge YOUR CASH for
CLOTHING AND HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Coffee at'from 15 ots. to 20 oe. per
Sugar at 12 pounds for $1.00.
Parced Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee,
Brown Sugar, Extra C3, Grann
lated Sugar, Pulverized Sui
gar, Candy, Crackers,
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
Remember those substantial Boots
and Shoes, the "Bay' State" stan
dard screwed and wire sewed.
J. M. BEATY.
If you detest a bursting lamp by
the Vestal Oil. If you ike a br i
liant light buy the Vestal Oil.
dec 24- 3T. M. BEATY.